Sanctuary Cap Cana
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... It had a stocked mini bar, flat screen tv, with a number of English speaking cable channels that came in crystal clear. (You would surprised how un-often that actually happens). The room was super clean and modern with a lot of "living space". You had a balcony and enough room to for a sitting area in the room. The staff was super helpful and always polite with a smile. The hotel grounds were well ...
... bother me, ask me for anything, steal my time, and or generally get on my nerves. It was quit amazing. I can't recall that last time this happened. I think this trip my have actually fixed all my "broken nerve" endings!
One of the first things I noticed is that I was surrounded by French and oddly enough Russian people. They seemed to be everywhere, I sort of was ...
... as we would have liked...besides, a lazy beach vacation is always welcome... that's how we ended up in the Majestic Elegance resort of Punta Cana...
There is not much to write about a beach vacation, all days are quite the same - languid and lazy... which was exactly ...
... hmmmm I usually have to pay extra for that I may have to fly more often. Change over in Newark to a plane with bullet holes , hey its Newark. A little bondo and off we go, somehow Susan got us in business class, nice seats. All the free liquor we can consume! I try to sleep, Patrick watches " The Hobbit " for God only knows how many times! And he's not saying! Couldn't sleep ...
... It seemed so out of place in this tropical place but we needed caffeine really bad. On our way out we stopped at a bar and we ran into Pepe and Luis. They turned out to be really cool guys. They did not speak english and my spanish was pretty rusty. Fabela's spanish was even worse.
From that point on they became our faithful personal tour guides. Some days Luis had "El Tigre" business to take care of so Pepe was our main guy. He took us sightseeing, to a ...